I am a senior associate solicitor specialising in all aspects of personal injury and clinical negligence.
I joined Morecrofts in 2008 and I qualified as a Solicitor in 2013.
I can help people secure compensation if they have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. I am also able to act on behalf of children and estates.
I have acted for a wide range of people from those who have been injured in road traffic accidents, accidents at work, slips and trips and accidents caused by animals to abuse survivors and other victims of crime.
I can also help those who have been injured as a result of social care negligence.
I guide clients through the compensation process with a personal service, ensuring information is communicated in an appropriate fashion and in a manner free from jargon.
I also deal with some aspects of education law. In this respect I can help people appeal decisions not to admit, or to exclude, a child from school. I can further help children secure appropriate special educational provision to assist in their learning journey.
I love the diversity of my work and I really enjoy building trusting relationships with my clients and achieving successful outcomes for them. I am also proud of the way I have successfully conducted high value litigation involving complex and competing medical opinion.
I currently hold accreditation as a Litigator with the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL). This individual quality mark demonstrates my competency and experience in handling personal injury claims. In 2017 I was shortlisted for the Junior Lawyer Award at the Liverpool Law Society Awards.
In my spare time, I am a member of a tap dancing club and participate in annual shows. I also love to travel and dine out.
Praise for Carly
“I want to thank you for your role in helping me. Please remember on the bad or boring or stressful days, that what you do is extremely important. You represent people when they are vulnerable, and you seek justice on their behalf. Thank you.”
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